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The fuller details of those meetings were included in files the State Department turned over to AP after it sued the government in federal court.
by Stephen Braun, Associated Press
6.28.2016
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Stephanie Rodenberg-Lewis wasn't happy with her insulin pump and finally switched two years ago to another brand. Now her health insurer is pushing her to go back.
by Tom Murphy, AP Health Writer
6.28.2016
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Fiat Chrysler is adding 13,000 Maseratis to a recall of vehicles with confusing gear shifters like one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin.
by The Associated Press
6.28.2016
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A new lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler prominently mentions "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin, who was killed last weekend by an SUV under recall.
by The Associated Press
6.28.2016
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When Brian Cresto and his fellow firefighters fly toward a wildfire at just a few hundred feet off the ground, he's scouting for the best spot for them to land when they parachute down.
by Keith Ridler, Associated Press
6.28.2016
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The Obama administration's proposal to boost the amount of ethanol and other renewable fuels blended into gasoline produced at least one consensus Thursday during the matter's only public hearing.
by Jim Suhr, AP Business Writer
6.21.2016
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NATO agreed Tuesday to make cyber operations part of its war domain, along with air, sea and land operations, and to beef up the defense of its computer networks.
by Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has announced $82 million for nuclear energy projects in 28 states as part of the government's plan to reduce carbon emissions.
by Keith Ridler, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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Egypt on Wednesday said that it spotted and obtained images from the wreckage of the EgyptAir plane that crashed into the Mediterranean last month.
by Maggie Michael, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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Sophisticated hackers linked to Russian intelligence services broke into the Democratic National Committee's computer networks.
by Jack Gillum, Deb Riechman, and Julie Pace, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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A Democratic senator waged a filibuster into the night Wednesday, an attempt to force a vote on gun control legislation three days after 49 people were killed at a Florida nightclub in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
by Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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This year's monstrous El Nino, nicknamed Godzilla by NASA, is dead. It heated up the globe, but didn't quite end California's four-year drought.
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
6.14.2016
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U.S. stocks are falling Thursday and returning some of their gains from the last few days. Banks are skidding as bond yields fall and interest rates weaken.
by Marley Jay, AP Markets Writer
6.14.2016
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The U.S. government is taking a key step in relinquishing control of the internet's addressing system, fulfilling a promise made in the 1990s.
by The Associated Press
6.14.2016
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Yet another security outfit is reporting that millions of stolen passwords - this time, for Twitter accounts - are floating around the dark side of the internet. Should you be worried?
by David Hamilton, Associated Press
6.14.2016
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Israel on Thursday imposed a series of sweeping restrictions on Palestinian movement and deployed hundreds of additional troops to the West Bank in response to a Tel Aviv attack that killed four Israelis.
by Daniel Estrin, Associated Press
6.14.2016
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Federal health officials failed to force a recall of peanut butter and almond products for three months after advanced DNA testing confirmed salmonella contamination, government investigators reported Thursday.
by Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
6.9.2016
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Imagine a devastating earthquake and tsunami have cut off Pacific Northwest coastal communities. Phone and internet service have collapsed. Ham radio operators living on the stricken coast fire up their radios, contact emergency managers and report on...
by Terrence Petty, Associated Press
6.7.2016
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With oddsmakers all but pulling a summer rate hike off the table after a terrible U.S. jobs report and a wash of other disheartening economic data, the nation's biggest banks took pummeling from investors Friday.
by The Associated Press
6.7.2016
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A former employee in Oracle's finance department is accusing the business software maker of trying to pressure her into cooking the books in an effort to boost the company's stock price.
by The Associated Press
6.7.2016
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The World Health Organization's chief says she will convene an expert committee to consider whether the Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics should proceed as planned, following concerns raised about the threat of the Zika virus.
by Maria Cheng, AP Medical Writer
6.7.2016
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The swollen Seine River kept rising Friday, spilling into Paris streets and forcing one landmark after another to shut down as it surged to its highest levels in nearly 35 years. Across the city, museums, parks and cemeteries were being closed as the...
by Raphael Satter and Angela Charlton, Associated Press
6.7.2016
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Only a gentle stream separates the border villages of Blacklion and Belcoo, where Irish cows graze along one bank, British sheep on the other. Long gone are the armored police checkpoints, the concrete-block barricades on illegal side roads, the customs...
by Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press
6.7.2016
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Vice President Joe Biden will bring together scientists, oncologists, donors and patients for a national conference on cancer research in Washington, the White House said Tuesday.
by Josh Lederman, Associated Press
5.31.2016
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Ford is recalling some of its top-selling vehicles in the U.S. to fix a fluid leak that can reduce braking power.
by The Associated Press
5.31.2016
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CEOs at the biggest companies got a 4.5 percent pay raise last year. That's almost double the typical American worker's, and a lot more than investors earned from owning their stocks - a big fat zero.
by Stan Choe, AP Business Writer
5.31.2016
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The government is spending about three-fourths of its technology budget maintaining aging computer systems, including platforms more than 50 years old in vital areas from nuclear weapons to Social Security. One still uses floppy disks.
by Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
5.31.2016
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In one of the presidential campaign year's more grisly spectacles, protesters in New Mexico opposing Donald Trump's candidacy threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, injuring several, and toppled trash cans and...
by Jill Colvin and Russell Contreras, Associated Press
5.31.2016
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Microsoft will cut up to 1,850 jobs and book an approximately $950 million writedown as it attempts to salvage its rocky entrance into the smartphone market.
by The Associated Press
5.31.2016
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A Texas pipeline company that spilled more than 140,000 gallons of crude oil on the California coast last year was indicted on dozens of criminal charges in the disaster that closed popular beaches and killed sea lions and birds, prosecutors said Tuesday.
by Brian Melley, Associated Press
5.24.2016
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A leading medical charity that suffered massive losses when U.S. helicopter gunships mistakenly struck its clinic in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz is criticizing the United States for failing to pay compensation to the wounded and families of the...
by Lynne O'Donnell, The Associated Press
5.24.2016
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Tear gas briefly choked a Left Bank neighborhood and truckers blocked highways in Provence and Normandy in new tensions over a French labor bill Tuesday - but the president insisted that he won't abandon the contested reform.
by Angela Charlton and Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
5.24.2016
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U.S. industrial production in April posted the biggest increase since November 2014 as utility output surged, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday.
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
5.24.2016
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For Detroit, the days of simply making cars are over.
by Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Auto Writer
5.24.2016
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An abandoned rock quarry near a runway at Nashville International Airport was thought to be such a liability that authorities considered filling it in a decade ago. Now, the water-filled pit is enabling the airport to save $430,000 a year.
by Travis Loller, Associated Press
5.24.2016
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A new cyberattack has been made against an unnamed bank, part of a coordinated campaign that follows February's theft of $101 million from the Bangladesh central bank, the international money transfer supervisor Swift said Friday.
by The Associated Press
5.17.2016
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When President Barack Obama tours Hiroshima's haunting relics of nuclear warfare, he will be making a trip that past administrations weighed and avoided. For good reason: The hollowed core of the city's A-Bomb Dome and old photos of charred children are...
by Bradley Klapper and Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
5.17.2016
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Almost everyone in large cities in poor and middle-income countries faces excessively high air pollution, a growing problem that is killing more than 3 million people prematurely each year and "wreaking havoc on human health," the World Health...
by The Associated Press
5.17.2016
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Top Senate negotiators announced agreement Thursday on a $1.1 billion emergency funding measure to battle the Zika virus. That's less than President Barack Obama's $1.9 billion request, which has upset some senior Democrats.
by Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
5.17.2016
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When an influential anti-counterfeiting group allowed Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to join its ranks in April, the group said it was a collaborative move that would help stem the sale of fake goods for top companies such as Apple, Nike and Procter...
by Erika Kinetz and Desmond Butler, Associated Press
5.17.2016
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